Although cooperatives are seen as inherently sustainable and resilient businesses, disruptions,turbulence and adversities have continued to prevail in their operations as well as their socioeconomic, political and ecological environment. Cooperatives, like all businesses, have inherent risks, but the rational approach is to manage and mitigate the risks rather than abandon the opportunity to create value and benefit humanity.

As the world searches for long-term models of building sustainably resilient agri-business food systems, we look to the cooperative business model to see if the solution lies in exploiting their
unique qualities. Thus the impetus for this study; to examine the culture, character, operational efficiency-together with other environmental factors-and how they have a bearing on their
survival, stability, and sustainable resilience.

Cooperatives are a distinctive business model with resilient traits that have manifested with sustainable results over the years. More compelling is that The cooperative values and principles are closely related to almost all religious and societal norms; a phenomenon that situates them as natural vehicles for sustainable development.

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